In an age when man has forgotten his origins and is blind even to his most essential needs for survival, water along with other resources has become the victim of his indifference.
Rachel Carson (1907 - 1964)
Contributed by: Zaady
The discipline of the writer is to learn to be still and listen to what his subject has to tell him.
We cannot have peace among men whose hearts find delight in killing any living creature.
Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the Earth are never alone or weary of life.
Our attitude towards plants is a singularly narrow one. If we see any immediate utility in a plant we foster it. If for any reason we find its presence undesirable or merely a matter of indifference, we may condemn it to destruction forthwith.
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